Due to China’s illegitimate encroachment over substantial portions of Tibet, thousands of Tibetans were compelled to flee their country and spend their days as refugees in India.
Tibetans who are exploited and mistreated have long protested China’s evil actions. to raise awareness of the condition of the Tibetan and Sairacharita peoples in China.
With this goal in mind, around 89 Tibetans began a march on April 29 from Sikkim to Tezpur, which is scheduled to end on May 23, 2023.
After 20 days, a Tibetan Youth Congress representative led the parade in Nagaon district with the motto “Protection of Tibet’s Independence of India” and explained to the Assamese people the major goals and objectives of the Tibetans. Tibetan demonstrators urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring attention to the long-standing issues facing Tibetans at the G-20 summit in New Delhi in September.
The Tibetans have vehemently resisted China’s plan to wipe off biodiversity by building a huge river dam on the Brahmaputra river, which sustains Assam, with the full backing of Nobel laureate, the Dalai Lama.
However, the protesting Tibetans expressed their deep anger over the difficulty of obtaining a permit from a hostile country like China to visit to Kailash Manas Sarovar, the holiest site for Hindus, and hailed the Indian government for its decades-long support for the Tibetan people.